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Teens killed in Broken Arrow home invasion identified

Maxwell Cook, 19, Jacob Redfern, 17, and Jaykob Woodriff, 16 Maxwell Cook, 19, Jacob Redfern, 17, and Jaykob Woodriff, 16
Elizabeth Rodriguez, 21 Elizabeth Rodriguez, 21

WAGONER COUNTY, OK (KFOR)- The three teenagers who were killed after they allegedly broke into an Oklahoma home have been identified.

Authorities say three teenagers dressed in black and wearing masks and gloves broke into a Broken Arrow home through a back door shortly before 12:30 p.m. on Monday.

Officials told KFOR, the homeowner’s son, 23, killed all three teens with an AR-15. One of the alleged suspects was found to have a knife, while another was carrying brass knuckles.

The intruders have been identified as Maxwell Cook, 19, Jacob Redfern, 17, and Jaykob Woodriff, 16.

Elizabeth Rodriguez, 21, was arrested and will likely face three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of first-degree burglary. According to KFOR, she was supposed to be the getaway driver, but investigators say she fled the scene after hearing gunshots. After the shooting, she went to the Broken Arrow Police Department saying she had information on the case.

Rodriguez's arraignment was scheduled for 1:00 p.m. at the Wagoner County Courthouse on Tuesday but the judge postponed the hearing because the investigation is ongoing and the District Attorney's Office has yet to see the report. A bond has not been set.

If someone dies in the commission of a felony, Oklahoma law allows all suspects to be charged with murder, even if they did not actually kill anyone.

It did not appear that the residents and intruders knew each other. However, FOX 23 reports that Rodriguez was the mastermind behind the burglary.

Information provided by KFOR. 

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